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  1. There is no school in Japan now that doesn't have a computer.
  2. There is no school in Japan that now doesn't have a computer.
  3. There is no school in Japan that doesn't have a computer now.

Which position is suitable for the adverb "now"?

  • Now, There isn't a school in Japan that doesn't have a computer now. – SovereignSun May 31 '17 at 6:43
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All three of your sentences are understandable and acceptable.
It is merely a question of style expression.

  • And I'd say that "now" is not needed, unless you are contrasting with some past condition. – Davo May 31 '17 at 12:54

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